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Connect on the Quest is a monthly virtual speakers series sharing Green Schools Quest project stories and resources to support schools in their green schools endeavors. The January 18th Connect on the Quest will focus […]
Take a look at the endangered and threatened species of our state. Naturalist Jordi Raos will give some background information and share how you can help these incredible animals and plants that live with us.
Zakhia Grant from EcoRise will present on strategies and tools to support teachers, students, and community Environmental Justice lessons create a foundation for understanding of Environmental Justice history and concepts and explore how leadership, community […]
The U.S. Department of Education invites you to join us and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review free STEM K-8 educational resources to inspire and build your students’ skills in understanding stewardship of […]
Founded in 2000, PSI has had a tremendous impact on product stewardship. Join us as we reflect on creating a model for paint Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) laws in the U.S., initiating a national dialogue on e-waste management, […]
Please join ... Brigadier General, Wendell Chris King Green Party US Presidential Candidate, Howie Hawkins Executive Director of the Vote Climate PAC, Karyn Strickler Leader of Citizens Climate Lobby KC, Stephen Melton Author and former […]
Members only. 2022 marks the 200th birthday of Frederick Law Olmsted, who left a huge imprint upon the landscapes of North America by designing public parks, private estates and gardens, residential neighborhoods, entire communities, and […]
Join the Center for Green Schools and three diverse school district teams to learn how a data driven retro-commissioning program can be an important green building strategy for optimizing resource savings, maximizing health, and achieving […]
Join us for our first eeWEBINAR of 2022! We'll learn how EcoRise is prioritizing diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice within their organizational structure, and curriculum and programmatic output.
Learn tips and tricks from other educators to manage student-led research. Do you have a good lesson plan or activity that helps your students to lead their own inquiry? Bring it to this session to […]
As more educators turn to the outdoors amid COVID-19, there are compelling reasons for integrating environmental inquiry – a process shaped by students’ questions and interests – into practice. The Indigenous lens on Natural Curiosity […]
Subtle colors and bold textures stand out in the landscape this time of year. Join our native landscape specialist to discuss the beauty and benefits of native plants in winter. We'll focus on plants that […]
Join the USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter and the City of St. Louis Building Division to learn about the City of St. Louis energy efficiency policies - Benchmarking and the Building Energy Performance Standard (BEPS). TOPICS COVERED Overview of the […]
From the Classroom to Coaching and What You Need to Know The Linda Hall Library STEM Educators’ Initiative offers a series of intellectually stimulating, content-based professional development seminars led by scholars and subject matter experts. […]
If your organization can help provide the tools and resources to help schools with one or more of the following, we want you there! reducing environmental impact and costs improving health and wellness of students […]
The exchange of information is a regular, ongoing feature of USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter activities. Whether learning about LEED, WELL, Living Buildings or Passive Homes, discussing equity in the built environment, taking actions beyond commitments, or […]
Members only. Learn more about houseplants from award-winning horticulturist, Tovah Martin. You want houseplants, you need houseplants – but do you really utilize houseplants to their fullest potential? In this virtual lecture filled with photos […]
Interface is designed for all math and science educators interested in quality professional learning. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act provides specific guidelines requiring on-going, systemic professional learning offerings. The event features a variety of […]
Funding is a limiting factor for many projects! Here’s a crash course in applying for funding to get your students’ project off the ground. If you are submitting projects to one of our Challenges, this […]
**VOLUNTEERS & VOLUNTEER GROUPS NEEDED** Come join us again this spring off Highway M in Nixa / Clever at our 1-mile stretch of highway near the confluence of the James River & Finley River. Fashioned […]
Your students have an awesome idea for an environmental civic action project, now what? Learn from other educators how to manage student projects so that your students don’t just learn about environmental issues, but also […]
How to Use Design Thinking in Your STEM Classroom The Linda Hall Library STEM Educators’ Initiative offers a series of intellectually stimulating, content-based professional development seminars led by scholars and subject matter experts. The seminars […]
Learn how to help prepare your students to present their work. Whether your students are presenting at a summit, competing in a Challenge, or advocating to their school board, an excellent presentation can help make […]